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Hotels on the Isle of Bute


Howards Way Guest House, Rothesay

Howards Way Guest House    Rothesay

Howard s Way is a friendly and comfortable bed and breakfast nestled in the beautiful lochs of southern Argyll..Howard s Way is conveniently located within walking distance to the town centre and the ferry terminal making it extremely accessible for all of our guests. The spectacular views around the island make it a perfect holiday destination for guests wishing to enjoy long walks along its large sandy bays and peaceful countryside.

Bayview Hotel, Rothesay

Bayview Hotel    Rothesay

A beautiful victorian terraced house ideally situated on the quiet craigmore shore only 0.75 miles from the pier at Rothesay and town centre. this lovely house still has many of its original features intact. With bright spacious en suite rooms and panoramic views over Rothesay Bay.

The Victoria Hotel, Rothesay
Wifi / broadband

The Victoria Hotel    Rothesay

The Victoria Hotel has long been the finest hotel on the Island of Bute. Still family-owned and under personal supervision the completely refurbished hotel offers guests the very best of traditional Scottish hospitality combined with modern facilities. With twenty well appointed en-suite rooms and a choice of dining in our.highly recommended Victoria s Restaurant or sample the taste of Asia Mediterranean or traditional Scottish food in Ghillies Bistro where your stay on the Isle of Bute will be truly memorable.

Glenburn Hotel, Rothesay, Isle of Bute
No pets Wifi / broadband

Glenburn Hotel    Rothesay    Isle of Bute

Exuding an air of grandeur and charm The Glenburn Hotel is an impressive Victorian sandstone building built in 1892. Set in an outstanding position above its own terraced gardens the Glenburn enjoys a superb panorama across the waters of Rothesay Bay to the Cowal Peninsula. Step inside the hotel and you ll be greeted by spacious well-proportioned rooms which offer a level of comfort which should immediately put you at ease.


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